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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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1  —22 uses as in:
according to, or in accord with
in keeping with; or in agreement/harmony/unity with
This sense of accord is often seen in the form according to or accordingly where it can take on more specific meanings. For example:
  • "According to Kim, ..." — as stated by
  • "To each according to her ability." — based upon
  • "Points are scored according to how well they perform." — depending upon
  • "The dose is calculated according to body weight." — in proportion to
  • "We got a flat tire. Accordingly, I pulled to the side of the road." — because of what was just said; or as a result
  • He will act accordingly.'
    Chapter 11 (77% in)
  • According to official government announcements, several died, and considering their ages it's understandable.
    Chapter 2 (92% in)
  • 'According to reports, it's a wide avenue with lots of traffic,' interrupted Webb.
    Chapter 3 (80% in)
  • Then within hours Marie was taken, according to a scenario that had been detailed far too accurately by a nervous man with dead eyes.
    Chapter 5 (9% in)
  • He said row called security-control a little over a week ago, and according to the log you were in a highly agitated state —•-'
    Chapter 5 (81% in)
  • According to the logs, you claimed you had received threats; your speech was "incoherent" — that was the word they used — and you demanded additional security immediately.
    Chapter 5 (82% in)
  • 'Once the patrols were in place — again according to the logs you called twice more complaining that your guards weren't doing their job.
    Chapter 5 (84% in)
  • They say McAllister flew into Hong Kong two weeks ago, that according to his very precise calendar he couldn't have been at your house in Maine.
    Chapter 5 (90% in)
  • And Alex Conklin — according to his deposition as well as his own numerous psychiatric sessions with Mo Panov and what vague memories David could provide — had been a close friend of Foreign Service Officer Webb and his Thai wife and their children in Cambodia a lifetime ago.
    Chapter 6 (5% in)
  • According to Yao Ming's brief notes, the man acted as the manager but was actually the owner, and a number of the waiters were as adept with guns as they were with trays.
    Chapter 13 (12% in)
  • The man in the gabardine suit jumped into the open door of a van, a dark green van with tinted windows that according to the Chinese characters belonged to a department called the Chutang Bird Sanctuary.
    Chapter 13 (66% in)
  • Change the rules according to the culture.
    Chapter 16 (75% in)
  • According to the receptionist, she was quite awkward, even flustered.
    Chapter 17 (28% in)
  • And if I sense that an operation is being mounted, again using these two people who've been through so much pain, I intend to find out why and act accordingly.
    Chapter 17 (81% in)
  • According to the lighted numbers above the panels, both elevators jogged between floors 1,3, and 7, neither venturing above to the 9th floor.
    Chapter 17 (96% in)
  • According to the map he had passed the Eastern Gate of the Summer Palace — actually once a series of ancient royal villas set down on acres of sculptured countryside dominated by a lake known as Kunming.
    Chapter 26 (0% in)
  • According to our information, there are marines all over the place, and it won't do me any goddamned good being seen with you.
    Chapter 28 (0% in)
  • His wife had recently given birth to triplets, and he confided in a voice that bordered on panic — according to the radioman — he got more rest on the job than at home.
    Chapter 28 (69% in)
  • They'd hang me late at night when no one's around, just to make it official, according to the regs.
    Chapter 30 (35% in)
  • But if you try to take it, the next thing you'll see is a cell in the Hong Kong garrison, and — according to you — a scaffold, a thick rope and a hangman in your immediate future.'
    Chapter 32 (52% in)
  • According to the records he had to be let go because he deals with criminal elements.
    Chapter 35 (70% in)
  • We have free will' 'According to the Scriptures, however, it's all His will, isn't that so?
    Chapter 37 (90% in)

There are no more uses of "accord" flagged with this meaning in The Bourne Supremacy.

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  • You pursue your "outrageous" accusations, he pulls Peking out of the Hong Kong Accords.
    Chapter 34 (19% in)
  • The China Accords guarantee fifty years of a Free Economic Zone status and Sheng is a signator, the most vital one!
    Chapter 2 (83% in)
  • The lease runs out in barely a decade, which is why the new accords were negotiated with Peking.
    Chapter 3 (54% in)
  • Hong Kong, Kowloon, Macao and all the territories are part of their so-called "great nation under heaven", even the China Accords make that clear.
    Chapter 3 (59% in)
  • Yet another round in the endless verbosity about the Accords.
    Chapter 19 (23% in)
  • We are jointly pleased to announce that further progress has been made with regard to the Accords.
    Chapter 19 (66% in)
  • Inevitable result: the conspiracy would fail, and the raging giant that was the People's Republic would strike out, marching into Hong Kong, destroying the Accords and throwing the Far East into chaos.
    Chapter 20 (1% in)
  • He would feign outrage and tell us bluntly that if we pursue such despicable fantasies in an attempt to discredit him, he'll void the China Accords, claiming duplicity, and move Hong Kong into Peking's economic orbit immediately.
    Chapter 20 (42% in)
  • Peking would pull out of the Accords, blaming Taiwan and the West for messing around.
    Chapter 20 (43% in)
  • The world goes on, the taipans are cut off from their source, Sheng's clearing-house collapses like a house of cards, and reasonable men go forward honoring the Accords to everyone's benefit... But we're a long way from there, Mrs Staples.
    Chapter 20 (48% in)
  • That the UK had called you in for consultation on the Accords.
    Chapter 20 (87% in)
  • 'To oppose our leaders,' said the orator, his voice calm but rising, 'is to vilify them, and, by so doing, to remove the care one must accord the precious gift called life.
    Chapter 26 (93% in)
  • I have spoken myself to this whore's husband for I accord him honour.
    Chapter 27 (5% in)
  • The second man was accorded preferential treatment.
    Chapter 30 (88% in)
  • But if the conspiracy is not aborted, it will destroy the Hong Kong Accords and blow the colony apart.
    Chapter 33 (11% in)
  • Any hint that powerful criminal factions are in league with internal conspirators, infiltrating their economy, would be enough for them to disown the Accords and send their troops down into Hong Kong.
    Chapter 33 (33% in)

There are no more uses of "accord" in The Bourne Supremacy.

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